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How durable is the worlds thinnest smartphone? Lets find out. This phone is only 5.2 millimeters thick! Can it hold up to being scratched on every single surface? What level of harness is the glass screen? This video will show every aspect of durability on the Moto Z. You’ll see years of theoretical abuse in just a few minutes. What kind of lifespan can you expect from your new Moto Z. This phone will go through a scratch test, a burn test, and a bend test.
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